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Lesson 46: Using Information From the Web copy and paste information from a Web site print a Web page download information from a Web site customize Web browser options identify common problems for Web sites © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 1
Retrieving Information from a Web Page Most common method is to copy information from Web site and paste into document To make copy of picture on Web site, right-click picture, click Save Picture As, and choose location to store picture Copyright means all material on Web site is protected and belongs to its creator –Most sites have e-mail link where you can ask permission to use text and graphics on that site –State clearly how you intend to use information and remember to attribute work to creator or Web site owner –Only exception is if information truly belongs to you or your company © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 2
Using Copy and Paste To copy and paste from Web pages, use the same procedure as with application software programs Information can be copied from Web page and pasted into any application program Must select item prior to activating commands © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 3
Printing a Web Page To print Web page: –On Menu bar, click File and click Print –On toolbar, click –Press + Depending on how Web page designed or what print engine being used by Web browser, hard copy may be missing certain elements visible on screen. © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 4
Printing a Web Page Use Print Preview to see how Web page may appear on paper To preview Web page: –On Menu bar, click File and click Print Preview –Click down arrow for and click Print Preview © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 5
Printing a Web Page Toolbar available in preview to control how page prints Can change setup of page for current printer to adjust how page will print To change page setup: –Select File and click Page Setup –Click down arrow for and click Page Setup –click (Page Setup) on Print Preview toolbar To print portion of page, select portion of page prior to activating Print command, and click Selection © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 6
Downloading Information Process of copying file from another computer on Internet to your computer Use separate folder to store all downloaded files Always choose to save file to designated folder; can install later Always run virus scan on downloaded file before installing it! If downloaded file comes with ReadMe text file, be sure to read it prior to installation or use Video played or streamed on Web site is being downloaded from Web site owner’s Web server © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 7
Customizing the Web Browser To change or customize Internet Explorer: –On Menu bar, click Tools, Internet Options –On toolbar, click, Internet Options General tab: change home page for Web browser and perform basic management of files from sites visited Browsing history: delete information that might be gathered by spammers Deleting history prevents spam harvesters from finding sites that match marketing criteria: –On Menu bar, click Tools and then Delete Browsing History –On toolbar, click, Delete Browsing History © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 8
Customizing the Web Browser Security tab helps set which options you can see while on Internet If security set too high, you will not be able to view or download certain files, and some animated or media elements on Web page may not display Check with network administrator (or someone familiar with security settings) before making changes to ensure you can see or activate items © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 9
Customizing the Web Browser Privacy tab can help decide how much information is gathered or harvested from your system Do not set for anything lower than Medium Check with network administrator or someone familiar with this option before making any changes © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 10
Identifying Common Web Browser Errors Some error messages are simple errors such as typing Web address incorrectly or using wrong country domain Other errors may be result of how Web browser set up for viewing items Example: check Internet is working or if Web site does not exist © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 11
Identifying Common Web Browser Errors Cannot read screen due to different language or font or color scheme too difficult to see items Could be page is slow to download or if interrupted during download –Example: indicates picture not available for this page For large downloads, use any time to stop delivery if content taking long time or if only able to see part of content © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 12
Identifying Common Web Browser Errors If using older version of Web browser, some components may not appear on Web page Most Web designers create Web pages using version most users have installed or minimum version needed to display elements at time of construction May need plug-in program that can be downloaded to view or play file created in that program May also need to download ActiveX before viewing or running specific content –Type of program that enables specific components to work © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 13
Identifying Common Web Browser Errors Pop-up usually appears as separate window with advertising Not dangerous to system, but annoying When information bar appears across top of Web page, click bar to display options to deal with pop-ups on this Web site To change settings for how pop-ups appear: –Click information bar, click Pop-up Blocked, and click Settings –On Menu bar, click Tools, click Pop-up Blocker, and click Pop-up Blocker Settings –On toolbar, click, click Pop-up Blocker and click Pop-up Blocker Settings © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 14
Identifying Common Web Browser Errors Use caution when navigating to different Web sites as there is no agency policing Internet Phishing –Getting e-mail with link to Web site representing financial institution by clicking link you are sending your information –Spam mail Spoofing –Fake Web site that appears almost identical to genuine Web site offering deal that seems too good to be real Best way to avoid these types of activities is to not respond at all, and mark as junk mail, or work with ISP to create list of e-mail addresses to block © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 15
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